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Own a home or business? Estate planning is a must.

As a homeowner or business owner, you have worked hard for what you have.  If you have a particular person you want to leave your home or business to when you die, you’ll want to make that clear in your Trust. Otherwise, Michigan intestate laws will name beneficiaries among your closet relatives. You want to make sure your assets go where you want them to go.

Perhaps your parents don’t need your home (because they have their own), but your little sister would be an ideal candidate. Simplify things for your family stating that wish in your Trust.  A Trust is the best way to make your wishes known after you are gone.

All of our Trust Packages also include a Durable Power of Attorney, which is critical for homeowners and business owners. A Durable Power of Attorney can give a loved one direct access to your safety deposit box, bank accounts, and business assets in order to keep your affairs running smoothly – like paying your mortgage, accessing your homeowners insurance, and keeping your business accounts up to date – if you become incapacitated.

Don’t leave loose ends for others to clean up.  Make sure your wishes are known and carried out.  A Revocable Trust you create Online or in our office is the best way to secure the future of your family and your business.

Central Park Law, PLLC has been helping homeowners and small business owners protect their investment and secure their legacy for children and grandchildren.  We provide Online services through TrustAnswers.com and in-office estate planning and small business services that are tailored to your specific needs.   Start your trust online or contact us for an in-office appointment today.

At Central Park Law estate Planning is quick, easy and painless.  

We help you every step of the way.